" They are hesitant. They make up their minds very slowly and it is one of the reasons that they miss out on great opportunities. The worst is when they "sit on" their problems. There are times when they will not make up their minds. They just "wait and see" what happens. What seem to appear in their minds are things that they don't want to happen. They think of lack and challenges. They imagine failed attempts and loss of either wealth or comfort. Most of the time people move away from those who lack firmness and are unable to decide. People who are ambitious don't want to hang around those who have so many uncertainties."
"Most sufferers are drawn into indecision, or hesitancy, due to worry or an over-active thyroid gland. But, in independent articles, two leading researchers have published areas of concern for many indecisive people. Two leading medical journals, or magazines, have suggested, or propounded, the probability (or likelihood) that indecision may be the consequence of a gene (the "wavering" gene) or a virus transmitted by green or blue budgerigars or parrots.
Scientists (or other experts) have been unable to agree whether this disabling or incapacitating manifestation or disease should known as Mangoltberg's Syndrome (after its discoverer or establishing professor, Dr Herman hap Friedsheips oder Mangoltberg) or as Hesitantly Indecisive Disorder (H.I.D.) as defined or described by Sir Kumstan-shall and his assistant, Leyton Orient, in the Psychiatric and Psychology journal, "Up the Spurs" (volumes Ia.1 and IIc.4)."
"Indecision is debilitating; it feeds upon itself; it is, one might almost say, habit forming. Not only that, but it is contagious; it transmits itself to others." - H. A. Hopf